==Terminology== Manga author Ken Akamatsu lists tsundere as one of the special cases in his definition of moe: "The person feeling it must be stronger: The object of "moe" is weak and dependant (like a child) on the person, or is in a situation where she cannot oppose (like a maid)...(*Tsundere only: There will be times where the stronger and w...
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is a Japanese concept of a character archetype which describes a person with a conceited, irritable, and/or violent personality that suddenly becomes modest and loving when triggered by some sort of cause (such as being alone with someone). It can also describe a contradictory personality which is good-willed on the inside, but with a harsh attitud
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A personality that is initially combative but becomes loving and emotionally vulnerable. The classic example is Asuka Langley Soryu of Neon Genesis Evangelion.
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The progression of a character personality from cold and hostile to eventually displaying their warm and loving side.
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